The discovery of the carabinieri in a cornfield between San Giuliano and San Donato, just outside the Lombard capital
What is certain is that after thirty-six hours of research, beating inch by inch the countryside of San Giuliano Milanese, hinterland of Milan, near the Rogoredo grove, the lifeless bodies of two women were found just before eight o’clock this evening. by the carabinieri.
They were stretched out in a very tall cornfield. How the two young Moroccan girls aged 32 and 28 died is currently a mystery that began at 11.30 yesterday morning, when one of the two called 112. Her voice was desperate and spoke only in Arabic. With difficulty the carabinieri of the operations center realized that she was with a friend in a corn field on the border with San Donato Milanese. According to the young woman, she and her friend were hit by a combine harvester. And, after the impact, the friend would die, while she was badly injured. Then the line fell. The girl had not even provided her name and surname and the cell phone was turned off and unreachable. The attempts of the carabinieri of the San Donato company with the colleagues of the investigative unit of Milan to locate them via the GPS were of no use. The prefecture immediately activated the search plan for missing persons, and the carabinieri with the help of the 118 helicopters, the firefighters, the dog units, and the civil protection beat the entire area.
In the meantime, the investigators, through the cell phone records of the young woman who had raised the alarm, and who did not appear to have relatives or a permanent residence, were able to trace who was the friend who was with her. They reached some of her family members who, however, knew nothing of the woman: she had gone out the previous morning with her friend and since then they had not heard from her but had not filed a missing person report.
After hours and hours of searching, the two girls were found dead, in a place from which a combine harvester has hardly passed. There would be no blood and there would be no obvious signs on the body even if the judgment of the coroner and the results of the investigations of the Relief team that is analyzing the area of the discovery are still awaited. It is not known why they ended up in that field, so close, among other things, to the Rogoredo grove, one of the most important drug dealing squares in Europe. The doubt is that maybe the two girls, with little problems behind them with justice for theft and robbery, would attend her. But the investigators for the moment are not unbalanced: the investigations are only at the beginning and are coordinated by the prosecutor of Lodi.